Fitting furniture in all the right places
If you have several tiny pieces of furniture that you are looking to position in your home, one of the key ways to maximize the amount of maneuvering space is to tuck them away into corners of the rooms in your home. In doing so, you will be wasting absolutely no space between your furniture and the walls that enclose a room.
Many people underestimate the use of shelves and hooks in a home. If you live in a small home, you may want to consider installing shelves on top of each other so that your walking space is not compromised. Instead of having a large piece of furniture placed on the ground to store books, shoes, or other items, you can create shelves at higher levels to achieve this. However, be wary that when you create such shelves, they are not difficult to reach or clean.
Introduce built-in furniture
For individuals who live in small homes, integrating furniture that is built-in to accommodate the shape of rooms in your home can be a great way to maximize space. For example, instead of having a large counter-top at the center of your kitchen, you could consider lining your kitchen’s walls with one.
Using multi-purpose furniture
For rooms that typically experience increased traffic like a living rooms, you could also consider integrating furniture that can be used for multiple purposes. For example, you could purchase an ottoman with storage compartments that allow you to place remotes, movie DVDs and other items safely. Moreover, you can also integrate a living room table with multiple shelves underneath to store other items. This will ensure that you have all the room in the world to integrate large couches, TVs, and other seating without losing the maneuverability factor.